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Old July 15th, 2004, 07:57 PM
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Worry - but trying to stop an email subscription to a forum
has been too hard. That double login and subsription link on the
left are bogus. Sorry - not there.

These things really should not be unobvious.
People work off servers that can't hold a lot of mail and if they
erroneously check to receive something and then can't stop it, you're
really creating some bad energy.

Please direct us easily to unscribing.
Thank you -

I will continue to enjoy your p2p forum community....
it's truly wonderful that you are here!

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quote:That double login and subsription link on the left are bogus.
What are you talking about? I just subscribed to this topic. Then I clicked "View Subscriptions" on the menu, and then clicked "unsubscribe". It prompted me if I wanted to unsubscribe, I clicked OK, and it unsubscribed.

What exactly is wrong with that?

I'm not trying to be rude.... I just don't know what you're problem is, exactly.

Thanks,

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Old July 16th, 2004, 07:38 AM
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Wilson:

If as you say you erroneously click on the subscribe icon, and start receiving unwanted emails, simply click on the same icon again to unsubscribe. You will simply be asked if your sure and you are done.

I'm not sure how we could make it simpler than a quick toggle function but if you have suggestions as to how you feel it could be improved we are always receptive.

Thank you,


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So sorry! My bad. I was a dumbuser...I should know better and I apologize that anybody's blood pressure got raised.
Wonderful with web messages...they come off totally different without the voice! lol

Anyway, SORRY snib and THANKS, Mr. Sample, for your patience!
 I do edit a lot of material for dumb users I'd be safe to say I'd make a heck of a great editor. Just love tool tips and flyouts - just didn't see the icon on the right-side of the page....

And probs? yep. try a loved one in Iraq and early wake-up calls, the kids, house, job...nevermind. I didn't think you knew. Let's play fair.
Peace.

Wilson
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